Throughout history, long before smoking hemp became totally legal, Fire OG was a highly sought after marijuana strain. Today, selective breeding practices and changes in the laws surrounding hemp have made it possible to carry some of those desirable strain traits into the high-CBD and low-THC hemp plants. The Fire OG hemp strain stands as one of the best examples of a strain made popular among marijuana enthusiasts but now comes with new genetic makeup and incredibly low THC content.
The Fire OG strain has an intensely debated background. Essentially, the Fire OG hemp strain is made up of a cross between an OG hemp plant and a variety of hemp with similar cannabinoid makeup as the SFV OG Kush. These two strains yield a noteworthy list of cannabinoids and the trademark terpene flavor profiles, so when combined, the strain gives the perfected collaboration of both flavor and experience.
||CBD, CBDv, CBN, CBC, CBG, THC (less than 0.3%)
||β-Caryophyllene, β-Myrcene, β-Pinene, a-Bisabolol, Nerolidol, Limonene, a-humulene, linalool
Fire OG Hemp Strain Genetics
The Fire OG strain was carefully and selectively bred by ingenious plant scientists. The overall goal was to create a hemp strain with exceptionally high CBD content but that also contained those terpenes traditional Fire OG has always been known to boast.
The end result is an astounding hemp strain that serves up an impressive 47 percent total CBD, as well as other cannabinoids and a rich terpene profile that delivers β-Caryophyllene, Linalool, Humulene, Limonene, and Myrcene. One of the few other hemp strains that deliver such an impressive lineup is Jack Herer, but even Jack Herer does not offer such a robust flavor profile as Fire OG.
Fire OG Flavor Profile
If you’re all about enjoying the robust flavors of cannabis sativa terpenes, Fire OG no doubt delivers. This hemp strain serves up a fascinating collaboration of flavor notes, including sweet lavender, tangy citrus, and peppery hops with a punch of zesty cinnamon to round things out. The robust collection of flavors kind of slides across your tongue and tickles the back of your throat and then leaves you with that trademark sweet spice lingering on your tastebuds.
The dominant β-Caryophyllene terpene profile in the strain is one of the reasons Fire OG got its name—you get a nice smoky, spice with every hit. Yet, true to the OG roots, you also get that sweetly skunky flavor of familiarity. You will walk away from Fire OG feeling like you just experienced a diverse lineup of flavors that could only come from a true creatively honed legend.
Fire OG Strain: Reported Effects
OG strains have been the go-to strain in the world of cannabis for creatives for years because they really get into your head and bring out a focused state. Throw in the complementing qualities of sharp OG SVG Kush, which is known to keep you relaxed, and you get a quite desirable experience. Whether you need to focus on a project or want to be in a more relaxed state as you head in for a chaotic day at the office, the Fire OG strain can walk you through.
Of course, unlike THC-laden marijuana strains, the Fire OG hemp strain is non-intoxicating with 0.0 percent THC. As an added advantage, this strain is laced with supportive cannabinoids like CBG (cannabigerol), CBC (cannabichromene), and CBN (cannabinol). All of these cannabinoids can offer their own therapeutic advantages, but especially when combined with a high level of CBD, which this strain is especially known to boast.
Please note that the effects of Fire OG or any hemp or CBD product may vary between individuals. With that being said, these “Reported Effects” may not necessarily be the effects you would experience.
These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. All information presented here is not meant as a substitute or alternative to information from a certified health practitioner. Before consuming any hemp or CBD product, you should always consult with your certified health care professional regarding potential interactions or other possible complications.